Ceredigion - Cardigan Bay & Cambrian Mountains

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Cardigan Bay Coast & Beaches

The Ceredigion coast has mile after mile of golden sand, award winning beaches, rocky coves, smugglers’ caves, sheer cliff faces, tiny ports and harbours, river estuaries plus a rollicking seafaring history that dates back centuries. Ceredigion's main holiday towns are Aberystwyth, Aberaeron, New Quay and Cardigan and smaller seaside resorts include Llangrannog, Aberporth and Tresaith.

The Cambrian Mountains

The vast plateau of rolling moorland ridges jewelled with small lakes were described by the 19th century traveller and writer George Borrow in his book ‘Wild Wales’ as ‘a lofty mountain in the far distance, a hill right before me, and on my left, a meadow overhung by the southern hill’.

Largely unchanged, the mountains are equally beautiful in the green cloak of summer bracken, the purple haze of heather or burnished gold in the winter sunshine.  

Spectacular Countryside

Quintessential Welsh countryside – by which we mean a traditional working landscape of cattle and sheep farms, small but robust market towns, rolling farmlands and river valleys each with its own character.

Experience the buzz of the Ceredigion countryside at events such as village or horse and pony shows, or the thrilling harness trotting races. Visit a farm, or follow the Ceredigion Art Trail to share Ceredigion's artists' delight in their surroundings. 


Lost for words? Find your way again with a map to accompany your holiday.